Stone King Education Bulletin - February 2020

In this edition;

  • New guidance on character education for pupils
  • Can schools backdate deletion from the register?
  • Tackling unregistered schools
  • In case you missed it
  • Training & Events
  • Meet the team: Surinder Kaur Dhillon
New guidance on character education for pupils

The DfE has issued new non-statutory guidance on character education for pupils, which applies to all types of school. The guidance defines character as encompassing, amongst other things, social confidence, respect for others, a strong moral conscience, a focus on long-term goals and the cultivation of virtues such as courage, honesty and humility.

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Can schools backdate deletion from the register?

Where a child stops attending, the regulations provide that pupils can be removed from the register if they have been continuously absent for a period of 20 days or more, subject to 3 conditions.

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In case you missed it
Training & Events

More events can be found here.

Meet the team: Surinder Kaur Dhillon - Senior Associate in our Employment Team

An experienced specialist in employment law since 1998, with significant experience across all areas of employment law.

Substantial experience in representing Employers in Employment Tribunal claims and undertakes all forms of non-contentious advice work and drafting work.

To read Surinder's full biography, click here.

The law and practice referred to in this article or webinar has been paraphrased or summarised. It might not be up-to-date with changes in the law and we do not guarantee the accuracy of any information provided at the time of reading. It should not be construed or relied upon as legal advice in relation to a specific set of circumstances.

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